[jdev] Re: newbie Q: how can I use jabber to share file access P2P?

Chris Chen ckchris at idream.net
Thu Apr 20 00:13:30 CDT 2006

I want to comment on Muse.  Currently, development has stopped for  
Muse.  All new development effort is on the new API called "Feridian"  
that will replace Muse.  Although the current CVS version of Feridian  
is actually workable and can connect with no problems, I have yet to  
release a distribution for it.  I plan to do it soon.


On Apr 19, 2006, at 9:58 PM, Tobias Thierer wrote:

> Hi,
> Alexander Gnauck wrote:
> (reordering your email)
>> and i'm sure you will find some other useful Jeps too for your  
>> software.
>> I am not a Java developer, so i can't comment the library stuff.
> Can anyone comment on that? Which Java API for XMPP should I use?  
> It seems
> to me at first sight that Smack and Echomine's Muse are the furthest
> developed. Muse claims to support the most JEPs, but then again Muse's
> development has stopped a year ago, while Smack still seems active.
> Or should I use some other implementation (e.g. JSO?)?
>> XMPP is the ideal solution for your purpose IMHO.
>> But i don't see where you need SOAP or RPC yet.
>> - You can use the XMPP core for contact list, presence etc...
>> - JEP-0055 for the document search
>> - JEP-0065 for transfering your documents
> I have no real experience with that, and I wonder whether it will  
> be harder
> to implement two JEPs (55 and 65) rather than just the one (SOAP  
> over XMPP,
> JEP 72) and then handle everything through that.
> Cheers,
>   Tobias

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